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Digimon World: Next Order made it to Switch this week, and if you’re interested in seeing how this version has turned out, you may want to check out new gameplay that’s come in. Around a half hour of footage is available.

Below is an overview of the title with more details:

Tales of Symphonia Remastered issues

Bandai Namco has issued a statement about the Switch version of Tales of Symphonia Remastered, apologizing for issues players have encountered and confirmed that a patch is being explored.

From a technical standpoint, there are a few important problems at present. One such issue concerns long loading times between battles and exploring the world map, which are even longer than they were for the original game. The frame rate isn’t always steady either and can see a fair amount of drops. There are some other technical issues as well.

In its statement about the Switch version of Tales of Symphonia Remastered, Bandai Namco said the following (via Abyssal Chronicles):

Digimon World: Next Order has arrived on Switch today, and Bandai Namco have dropped a launch trailer to celebrate the release. The Switch version includes additional features not seen in the Playstation versions, including a Beginner mode and a run button.

For more information about the game, check out the overview below:

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot - Chaos at the World Tournament

Bandai Namco and CyberConnect2 today shared the first screenshots from the Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot – Chaos at the World Tournament DLC.

It was previously teased that the upcoming content would be based on the 23rd Tenkaichi Budokai Arc. Just like fans saw in the original show, a battle between a grown-up Goku and Ma Juniorfor will be held for the fate of the world. A release date has not yet been shared.

Tales of Symphonia Remastered gameplay

Bandai Namco brought Tales of Symphonia Remastered to Switch this week, and we have a closer look with new gameplay. An hour of footage is available.

Below is an official overview of the game:

Bandai Namco have shared a launch trailer for racing game Gigantosaurus Dino Kart, which launches on Switch today.

For a refresher on what the game has to offer, read the following overview:

Tales of Symphonia Remastered releases today on Switch, and to celebrate the occasion Bandai Namco have shared a launch trailer for this version of the critically acclaimed action RPG.

For more information on the game, see the overview below:

Dragon Ball The Breakers update 2.0 patch notes

We previously mentioned that Dragon Ball: The Breakers is about to kick off Season 2, but alongside that, a new version 2.0 update is planned as well. Bandai Namco has shared the patch notes.

There’s actually quite a bit planed here, but we’ll point out some of the highlights. Online match now has role select with different options, various adjustments will be implemented, and bugs will be fixed.

The full patch notes for the Dragon Ball: The Breakers version 2.0 update are as follows:

Dragon Ball The Breakers Season 2 Vegeta

Bandai Namco, along with Dimps, today unveiled a release date and details for Dragon Ball: The Breakers Season 2 – which is highlighted by Vegeta as a new Raider:

Players will be able to take charge as the Prince of Saiyans, where your goal is to eventually become the legendary Great Ape. On top of that, new Survivor Skins are planned for Yajirobe, Chi-Chi, and King Furry.

My Hero One's Justice 2 update Izuku Midoriya and Tomura Shigaraki Costume Set

Bandai Namco has announced that a new update is available for My Hero One’s Justice 2, which adds new costumes for Izuku Midoriya and Tomura Shigaraki.

The update ties in with season 6 of the anime. Players can now get their hands on the “Izuku Midoriya Costume ε” & “Tomura Shigaraki Collapse Style”​ Costume Set, which is entirely free. It includes all eight color variations as well as mottos featuring memorable lines from the anime.​

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